• Pistols At Dawn – Ascension

    You could say that there are a lot of big concept pieces in mainstream rock right now and you’d be 100% right, if not understating...

  • Dawg Gone Davis – Love’s Boss

    The newest single from Rebecca DGD is in line with her previous work. It’s zany satire, and at times, slightly ribald. The middle-aged Housewife began...

  • Anika – Self Titled

    Laguna Beach, California’s Anika has a couple of great songs under her belt such as her popular debut “Are You Down?” and its follow-up “Make...

  • Smomid – Cyber Solstice

    Nick Demopoulos could have played it safe. Cyber Solstice could have been a nine track collection of straight ahead techno tracks with a bright keyboard...

  • B.B. Cole – Outgrowing Ourselves

    On the back of a rollicking country-rock groove, B.B. Cole wastes not a second in her mission to enchant us with the opening cut of...

  • Stromer Hills – If U Like The Way I Walk

    Stromer Hills, real name Zachary Skarzynski, didn’t grow up with musician or even music-obsessed parents in Calgary, Canada. He did, however, get the beginnings of...

  • Laura Summer – Red Clay Blue Sky

    The rustic singer/songwriter style that players like Laura Sumner are taking particular influence from right now has never truly gone out of style, and in...

  • Pistols At Dawn – The Truth

    Every morning I wake up afraid, away from the light… Sometimes it’s hard, but believe me – I’m here for the ride.” With this opening...

  • Alex Wellkers – Famous Now

    Alex Wellkers’ path to the release of his new album Famous Now follows some predictable steps. There is an individual restlessness though in the way Wellkers...

  • Well Well Well – Palm Springs

    Well Well Well’s new album Palm Springs continues pushing the textual envelope as it has on the band’s past projects. The San Diego-based band’s nine-track collection, produced...